Cleaning up for charity
CLEVEDON motorists were given a helping hand by fundraisers in the town.
Members of the Rotary Club of Clevedon Yeo spent two days at Clevedon Garages cleaning car windscreens in return for donations.
As a result, they collected almost �500, which will go to local charities.
Club president Chris Morris said: “Two days of hard work and elbow grease will yet again enable us to provide substantial donations to local worthwhile charities.
“The club presented two cheques for �800 each to Clevedon Pride and the Springboard Opportunity Group last week.”
The club’s members have also recently painted the fence outside Springboard’s Princes Road facility.
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